MATHILDA SOUND is an outstanding blue-water cruiser that is ready to sail the world’s oceans.
Built by the renowned shipyard of Oyster Yachts, MATHILDA SOUND has a reliable build and safe sail workings. The sailing yacht has been excellently maintained and is in magnificent condition inside and out; it also boasts low mileage.
MATHILDA SOUND is ideal for families, offering plenty of space. The sailing yacht’s modern interior is adorned with bright maple wood and luxurious
leather upholstery. Filled with natural light. The interior has a light open feel and offers a relaxing ambiance.
A highlighting feature aboard MATHILDA SOUND is her pilothouse dining — here stunning views of the cruising destination can be enjoyed while relishing meals prepared in the well equipped
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Laid-up GRP, single skin with structural stringers and Lloyd’s approved floors. Outer hull laminate in Vinylester resin. Watertight bulkheads and doors from both sides (MCA compliant).
Molded in GRP with balsa core. Teak laid decks.
High performance bulb external lead keel. Skeg hung rudder.
Stainless steel stowage for tool boxes. Charging shelf for battery-powered
Hand tools. Canvas stowage’s for tools. Ferrules and blanking panels for
engine air outlets. Remote control shut-offs for air in and out ducting and
battery vents MCA compliant). 4 fire dampers operated from within the
A single Cummins Turbo-charged QSB5.9-305 MCD diesel engine of 227kW (305Hp) at 2600rpm. Twin Disc MG 5075A, gearbox Racor duplex 75/900 Max fuel filters. Jabsco electric oil change pump with a manifold and 4 takeoffs.
Hours: 3167 (End of August 2019)
Cruise Speed:9 knots
Max Speed: 10 knots
PROP: 4-bladed 813mm (32") Brunton Varifold propeller + rope cutter.
ALTERNATORS Mastervolt 24v/150 Amp with Alpha Pro regulator.
Hours: 3 .142 hours, Jan 2019.
2 xOnan 22.5kW MDKBT generator 50Hz, 220v with the control panel at the AC
Hours: Starboard 5404 Portside 4595 (End of August 2019).
BOW THRUSTER A 300 Hydraulic Lewmar vertical, retracts into the boat
STEERING SYSTEM Whitlock Mamba rod
HYDRAULICS Lewmar 400 Commander system to operate mainsail in mast
furling, headsail, staysail and windlass.
WINDLASS Lewmar V8 hydraulic windlass with foot switches at the bow.
ANCHORS 66kg (140lb) CQR anchor + 100m of 14mm calibrated
Galvanized chain. 30kg Kedge anchor with 12mm chain and 100m of 14mm
FUEL 3,200 liters approximately in two GRP Tanks.
WATER 2,100 liters approximately (484 gallons/581 US gallons) in two GRP
HOT WATER from two insulated approx. 93 L. tanks, heated by the main
engine’s heat exchanger, or by thermostatically-controlled 220v, 2kw
immersion heater elements powered by the generator or dockside power.
HOT AND COLD Freshwater system upgraded to include a second twin coil
calorifier serving aft end of the boat only.
DECK PLUMBING A hot and cold freshwater deck shower in transom
PASSARERELLE Besenzoni pi380 retracting stainless steel Passarella
MAST and RIGGING
Formula Spars hydraulic alloy in-mast furling mainsail. Conventional staysail
And running backstays. Boom preventer system. Navtec A850-VC-060
Hydraulic vang with positive support.
2 x Navtec A260-LE-060 hydraulic backstay tensioners with mechanical lock-
A rig inspection was carried out in September 2016.
Reckmann hydraulic headsail furling RF90-4 with R5 profile extrusion.
Reckmann hydraulic staysail furling RF90-3 with R40 profile extrusion.
Dolphin Sails. - DYS Spectra Cruise Laminate for optimum shape and
Mainsail - Tri-radial
Furling Yankee - Tri-radial including foam luff pad and UV stripes.
Furling Staysail - Tri-radial including foam luff pad and UV stripes.
Cruising chute with sock, squeezer, control lines and stowage bag in white.
SPINNAKER GEAR Single spinnaker pole stowed vertically on the mast.
Primaries 2 x Lewmar 88/3 SEST three-speed, electric stainless self-tailing.
Secondaries 2 x Lewmar 77/2 SEST two speed electric, stainless, self-
Mainsheet 1 x Lewmar 68 SEST electric drive, stainless steel self-tailing
Main halyard 1 x Lewmar 77/3 SEST electric, stainless steel, self-tailing on
Reef control 1 x Lewmar 68 CEST, chrome, self-tailing control line winch
Port of the mast on deck.
Staysail halyard 1 x Lewmar 30 CST, chrome GY, self-tailing on the mast.
Main traveler control 1 x 40 CST chrome, self-tailing.
3 x winch handle pockets - 2 in cockpit and 1 on the mast.
Eleven berths in five cabins.
Three guest cabins, sleeping 7 guests and 2 crew cabins sleeping, 4 crew.
All berths, including doubles, are counted as sea berths with doubles having split
mattresses to allow a central lee-cloth. The eleventh berth is a Pullman in the
twin-port aft guest cabin.
AUDIOVISUAL SYSTEMS All Cabins have iPAD supports / chargers-Sonos
wireless surround sound(needs updating) / Kaleidescape media player / Sky
FORWARDTV mounted on bulkhead and connected to Kaleidescape media
STARBOARD DVD tuner unit and headlining speakers, magic eye.
40" TV on aft bulkhead in upper saloon and 32" TV on an angled panel in lower
Satellite decoders and KVH Tracvision system (with a dome on aft pole).
Kaleidescape server and media player, plus Nintendo Wii games system.
Bose theatre system. Kaleidescape media player for the cockpit system.
5 interior speakers, CD/tuner with 4 Alpine speakers for the cockpit with remote
AFT PORT TWIN TV and Kaleidescape media player.
GUEST CABIN DVD/tuner unit and headlining speakers, plus magic eye
AFT STARBOARD TV, Kaleidescape media player, and Sony PS3.
DOUBLE GUEST DVD/tuner unit and headlining speakers plus magic eye
OWNER’S Sony Bravia 32” TV on the bulkhead. Kaleidescape media player and
satellite decoder. DVD/tuner unit and headlining speakers, plus magic eye
AIR CONDITIONING Cruise air Stowaway 80,000 BTU reverse cycle heating and
air conditioning system with remote air handlers. Compressors fitted in the
engine room and air handlers under berths: Aft cabin: 1 x 16,000 BTU unit.
Aft port cabin: 1 x 10,000 BTU unit. Aft starboard cabin: 1 x 10,000 BTU unit.
Upper, lower saloon and galley: 2 x 16000 BTU units. Forward starboard cabin
and port cabin: 1 x 12000 BTU unit. Extra 8,000 BTU (60Hz) Cruisair Stowaway
unit behind lower saloon seatback with inlet/outlet grilles.
GALLEY & EQUIPMENT
A fully equipped spacious and efficient galley with electric four-burner hob and
oven outboard and 2 SS sinks fitted inboard, potable water tap, fitted to an Aqua
charcoal filter, “ no more plastic bottles”. 1Quoker for the instant boiling water.
Force 10 cooker with 4 burners, grill, and oven. Fitted fiddles. Alpes Inox cooker
hood with light and extractor fan. Blanking panels for the galley fan extractor
Smeg microwave FMC 30X combination oven. Custom made Frigoboat fridge in
stainless steel plus Frigomatic refrigerator in the cockpit table icebox. Second box
Custom stainless steel.Frigoboat 24 volt evaporator plate system with twin
compressors and twin plates. Mesh guard over evaporator plates.
Miele G 1173 Vi dishwasher.
Miele washing machine. Miele tumble dryer fitted above the washer.
Slide-out Impresa J9 Coffee machine.
ICEMAKER U-Line icemaker under the worktop in the lower saloon with dedicated 24v
DC to 220v AC inverter.
WATERMAKER Seafresh H2016 watermaker (276 liters/hr).
TANKAGE AND PLUMBING
Second Groco freshwater pump with pressure relief valve, so that normally the aft
end of the boat runs off one pump and the forward end of the other, whilst in an
emergency the entire boat can run off either pump.
Polyethylene (HDPE) toilet holding tanks are installed for all four of the WCs.
Each tank is configured for gravity discharge with additional ability to pump out
from on deck. The tanks are fitted with electric gauges.
Greywater tank and pump fitted outside of aft cabin with soundproofing.
Three manifold systems, one forward and two aft. The aft two manifolds are a
bronze fabrication with one dedicated to the engine and generator and the other
dedicated to refrigeration, air conditioning, and other optional equipment. All
seacocks dezincification resistant (DZR) copper alloy quarter-turn ball valves.
ELECTRICS SHIP’S SUPPLY BATTERIES
88 Amp-hour 12v generator starting battery.
8 off Surrette Rolls heavy-duty 6v units // 1640Ah
Buffer bank of 12v gel batteries for electronics.
2 x 100 Amp Mastervolt chargers
Mastervolt Alpha Pro regulator.
Master view Easy Control Panel acting as a voltmeter and amp meter to accurately
monitor the ship's batteries.
Emergency link system between the domestic 24v battery bank and the 24v engine start
Mastervolt MASS 24/5000 sine wave inverter.
2 x 32 Amp dockside power cables, each 3-core double-insulated PVC, 23m. The
dockside end of the cables is fitted with a 3-pin, 32 Amp plug.
SIRS Major 150mm diameter compass at each pedestal
Raymarine ST60+ navigation electronics system: wind, speed, direction
1 x ST60+ 360º wind display on a port pedestal.
1 x ST60+ graphic display on starboard pedestal.
1 x ST60+ 360º wind display at the starboard pedestal.
Raymarine E120 widescreen repeater at starboard pedestal.
Raymarine SPX 30 SOL course computer with ST 6002 control head at the port
pedestal, utilising the Phoenix hydraulics Triton 1100 power pack and motor.
Vion 4002 digital barometer and external temperature sensor at the chart table.
FLIR Navigator II thermal imager on top of the middle spreader, connected to
Raymarine E120 system. Control panel at chart table and at starboard pedestal.
Raymarine Raystar 125 GPS antenna wired into the E120 system for GPS display.
Furuno GP32 GPS receiver, stand-alone unit (emergency back-up).
This comfortable navigation station is located on starboard adjacent to the
companionway. Good space for half-folded Admiralty charts, navigational books
and more. All nav instruments are flush-mounted.
RADAR / CHART PLOTTER
Raymarine E120 widescreen radar/chart plotter with Seatalk NG cabling.
EchoMax radar transponder at the masthead. Tracker behind headlining.
AIS Raymarine AIS transceiver complete with antenna splitter.
Raymarine HD radome antenna fitted on the pushpit. DSM30 HD digital fishfinder
module and P319 transducer fitted.
Raymarine ST6002 autopilot
Furuno 300 Navtex at chart table with an antenna on the pole.
Raymarine VHF Radio 240E at the chart table. Cockpit handset
Icom M411 VHF for Avon RIB. 3 x Handhelds
BGAN satellite phone with an antenna on the stern pole.
PC Vasari 12v computer at chart table with 17" PC screen / printer. Internal and
external WiFi. – network sockets.
2 x Viking UKSL 6-man self-righting rafts with Solas B grab bags, straps and
McMurdo 406 Mhz EPIRB
Echomax radar reflector 230 on mast.
Henderson MkV manual bilge pump (rated at 135 pm) operated from the side of
the cockpit and fitted with a metal deck plate. Emergency engine-driven 38mm
Jabsco bilge pump. Approx.190 liters/min.
2 x white Ocean Safety horseshoe buoys
2 x Jonbuoys,1 buoyant line, 10 Lifejackets, overboard rescue sling, 4 parachute
flares, 6 red hand flares, 2 buoyant smoke signals.
Thermal protective aids
(100%), portable VHF-1, Lifesaving signals table (1 x SOLAS No.1)
1 2kg CO2 (Saloon) 5 x 1kg Dry Powder Fire Extinguishers for accommodation, 1
FM200 in the engine room. 2 Automatic fire extinguishers within generator sound
Watertight bulkheads and doors from both sides (MCA compliant).
Raymarine CT100 camera in the engine room.
Raymarine Lifetag system
Shower at the stern. Stainless steel dorade vents. Stainless steel rubbing band
round cap rail. Stern quarter pushpit seats in teak and stainless steel.
laminated pushpit seatbacks including a lift-up gate with GRP backing piece.
custom sun-lounger extensions for pushpit seats in teak and stainless steel
Stern post for navigation/communications antenna with swiveling floodlight.
Second antenna pole for satellite TV. Status omnidirectional TV antenna at
masthead for TV and FM radio only.
EAO switches fitted along the outboard edges of both pedestals for Reckmann furler.
Oceanair sky screens on all Lewmar hatches except the sail locker.
Custom inflatable pool in Hypalon (exterior dimensions approximately 2300mm x
2800mm x 700mm) complete with a stowage bag.
Avon 320 Seaport DI Jet RIB with Icom M411 VHF.
BROKER’S COMMENTS Built to MCA Cat.2.
Mathilda Sound is a superb looking Oyster 82, fitted out with an array of extras over and above her build specifications. She is Number 15 of a highly successful series.
Coming on board MATHILDA SOUND across the aft passerelle and on to her large open aft deck we find a classic bluewater yacht, seats are located at each quarter and the side decks are uncluttered. Walking past the mainsheet track is easy and moving forward there are twin steering pedestal’s, helm seats and primary/secondary winches. Just one step down into the spacious cockpit that offers a generous ‘al fresco’ dining experience, and by day a large custom day bed for shaded relaxing.
Forward of the deck saloon, we find two powered lewmar winches, located on opposite sides of the mast. The spinnaker pole is stored on the front of the rig and out of the way. The 3.2-meter tender sits comfortably on removable stainless chocks mounted on the foredeck. Yachts of this size do offer models with space in the aft garage, yet, the size tender that fits there is usually too small and hoisting it onto the foredeck is the preferred option. Two Reckmann furlers for the foresails.
We enter Mathilda Sounds interior via a traditional companionway with handrails on either side. We are immediately struck by the friendly, clean-cut, and stylish interior finished in maple. The upper saloon has a large foldaway table with ample seating for 12, where diners are offered a panoramic vista via classic Oyster styling. To starboard, we see a spacious navigation area with an instrument panel located outboard and a comfortable navigator’s chair.
Moving aft to the owners and guest cabins through the centerline guest passageway. On the starboard side, we see a large double (queen bed) with ample storage and a hanging locker adjacent. TV, one opening porthole in the hull and opening hatch to the deck. An en–suite shower room with stall shower, opening porthole and hatch.
Across the corridor, we see the twin cabin with matching styling that runs throughout the interior, also with TV, music, portholes that open and en-suite bathroom. The cabin has a Pullmans berth adding to the yacht's overall versatility.
The full-beam owners’ aft cabin is a glorious cabin with a King size centerline bed. Ample natural light allows one to read the papers during daylight time with no electric light switched on. Opening portholes in the hull and coamings. Two opening hatches of which one offers support for a stainless with a teak ladder to step onto the aft deck directly from your owner’s suite. This cabin offers a great bathroom with a circular stall shower, opening porthole and deck hatch.
Moving forward through the lower saloon, equipped with a high spec entertainment system, we enter a perfectly furnished and efficiently laid out galley. With all expected appliances, including a gas oven and hobs outboard and double stainless sinks inboard. A large chest freezer and double-height fridge allow for extended cruising without compromise.
At the end of the galley is the hallway to the separate crew accommodation. A captain’s cabin on starboard, with a queen-sized outboard berth that is equipped with entertainment and importantly navigation equipment. Also, in this cabin, we find opening portholes. This cabin shares the forward bathroom with the port bunk cabin. This cabin can be used for the third/fourth crew member, depending on the preferred crew profile and number. For the trouble-free 5-star sailing plus service a crew of three is ideal.
Mathilda Sound can easily be sailed and looked after by two crew and the third one adds the additional stars. Her smart sail plan allows for shorthanded sailing in safety as all sheets lead aft, beyond the guest cockpit. Due to her raised saloon, the engine room on Mathilda Sound is spacious and allows for proper maintenance on all equipment.
She is for sale since the owner has turned his attention to a larger yacht. This gives you an idea of how much the family has taken to sailing. Mathilda Sound is the perfect place to have quality time with family and friends. The Oyster 82 offers a unique blend of comfort and seaworthiness, equally at home island sailing with charter guests or world cruising with adventurous owners.
Despite being a pre-owned vessel, she is in remarkably good condition, being maintained by a professional crew.
Build to MCA cat2.